Learn How to Construct Electric Fencing for Horses & Other Livestock

How to Construct Electric Fencing for Horses & Other Liverstock

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Electric Hog Fence to Contain Free-ranging Pigs

Electric hog fence

An electric hog fence provides an efficient, easy to maintain fencing solution to contain free-ranging pigs. It offers pigs a happy, healthy alternative to being confined in tiny enclosures, and will make the lives of both pet pigs and pigs raised for pork much happier.

Different Types of Electric Fence Wire for Livestock

Types of electric fence wire

There are a number of different types of electric fences that you can use to contain your livestock, including electric tape, rope, or wire. The option that is best suited for you requirements will depend largely on the type of livestock that you are wanting to contain, and whether the fencing will be used to enclose permanent paddocks, or be used for temporary paddocks or rotational strip grazing.

How to Install an Electric Fence For Cattle

Electric fence for cattle

If you are planning to keep cattle, you will need to erect some form of fencing to contain them safely in their pasture. While most types of fencing are suitable for cattle, electric cattle fencing is the simplest, quickest, and most economical type of fencing to install. You can install an electric fence for cattle very quickly by following 10 simple steps.

Benefits of a DC Battery Fence Charger

Battery electric fence charger

Electric fences are used extensively to contain livestock and pets, and to keep problem animals at bay. One would immediately assume that access to an electrical supply is essential to power an electric fence. However, this is not true. An electric fence can also be powered by a battery powered DC charger.

Raising Cattle 101: Tips for Beginners

Raising Cattle 101

Raising cattle can be fun and can also generate financial returns if done correctly. Cattle are an important part of the economy, and are farmed extensively for milk production and beef production; but they can also be kept on a smaller scale to keep a meadow mowed in return for providing you with a regular supply of milk.